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The war claims of the South. The new southern confederacy, with the Democratic Party as its claim agency, demanding indemnity for conquest, and threatening a disputed presidential election. The candidacy of Hayes and the relief of the republic from danger. An address at Cooper Institute, New York, Wednesday evening, October 25, 1876, and letters addressed to the editor of the New York World replying to that journal, and to Governor Tilden

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